Nikolai Georgievich Puchkov (Russian: Николай Георгиевич Пучков, 30 January 1930 – 8 August 2005) was a Russian ice hockey goaltender. He was part of the Soviet teams that won two Olympic and seven world championship medals between 1954 and 1960, including three gold medals. He was named the best goaltender of the 1959 World Championships and won the European title in 1954–56 and 1958–60. In 1954 he was inducted into the Russian and Soviet Hockey Hall of Fame.

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  • Nikolai Georgijewitsch Putschkow (russisch Николай Георгиевич Пучков; * 30. Januar 1930 in Moskau, Russische SFSR; † 8. August 2005 in Sankt Petersburg) war ein russischer Eishockeytorwart und -trainer. Er spielte unter anderem für WWS MWO Moskau und den HK ZSKA Moskau. (de)
  • Nikolaï Gueorguievitch Poutchkov - en russe : Николай Георгиевич Пучков et en anglais : Nikolai Puchkov - (né le 30 janvier 1930 à Moscou en URSS - décédé le 8 août 2005 à Saint-Pétersbourg) est un joueur professionnel de hockey sur glace russe. (fr)
  • Nikolai Georgievich Puchkov (Russian: Николай Георгиевич Пучков, 30 January 1930 – 8 August 2005) was a Russian ice hockey goaltender. He was part of the Soviet teams that won two Olympic and seven world championship medals between 1954 and 1960, including three gold medals. He was named the best goaltender of the 1959 World Championships and won the European title in 1954–56 and 1958–60. In 1954 he was inducted into the Russian and Soviet Hockey Hall of Fame. Domestically Puchkov won nine Soviet titles with VVS Moscow and CSKA Moscow. In 1962 he moved to Saint Petersburg and after retiring next year coached SKA Leningrad until 1980. In the 1970s he also assisted Vsevolod Bobrov with the Soviet national team. In 1980–1990 he trained Izhorets Leningrad, and from 1990 to 2002 coached Swedish and Finnish clubs. In his last three years he worked with the junior team of SKA Leningrad until his sudden death on the way to a training session. In 2007 a goaltender school named after Puchkov has been opened in Saint Petersburg. (en)
  • Николай Георгиевич Пучков (30 января 1930, Москва — 8 августа 2005, Санкт-Петербург) — советский хоккеист, Олимпийский чемпион (1956), тренер. Игровое амплуа — вратарь. Полковник. Заслуженный мастер спорта СССР (1954). Заслуженный тренер СССР (1971). (ru)
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  • Nikolai Georgijewitsch Putschkow (russisch Николай Георгиевич Пучков; * 30. Januar 1930 in Moskau, Russische SFSR; † 8. August 2005 in Sankt Petersburg) war ein russischer Eishockeytorwart und -trainer. Er spielte unter anderem für WWS MWO Moskau und den HK ZSKA Moskau. (de)
  • Nikolaï Gueorguievitch Poutchkov - en russe : Николай Георгиевич Пучков et en anglais : Nikolai Puchkov - (né le 30 janvier 1930 à Moscou en URSS - décédé le 8 août 2005 à Saint-Pétersbourg) est un joueur professionnel de hockey sur glace russe. (fr)
  • Николай Георгиевич Пучков (30 января 1930, Москва — 8 августа 2005, Санкт-Петербург) — советский хоккеист, Олимпийский чемпион (1956), тренер. Игровое амплуа — вратарь. Полковник. Заслуженный мастер спорта СССР (1954). Заслуженный тренер СССР (1971). (ru)
  • Nikolai Georgievich Puchkov (Russian: Николай Георгиевич Пучков, 30 January 1930 – 8 August 2005) was a Russian ice hockey goaltender. He was part of the Soviet teams that won two Olympic and seven world championship medals between 1954 and 1960, including three gold medals. He was named the best goaltender of the 1959 World Championships and won the European title in 1954–56 and 1958–60. In 1954 he was inducted into the Russian and Soviet Hockey Hall of Fame. (en)
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  • Пучков, Николай Георгиевич (ru)
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